China To Revisit US Chicken Duties After WTO Loss

Law360, New York (January 3, 2014, 4:47 PM EST) -- China's Commerce Ministry announced recently that it would re-examine anti-dumping and countervailing duties the country imposed on U.S. chicken products, after the World Trade Organization found the duties ran counter to China's international obligations.

Following the WTO Dispute Settlement Body's approval in September of findings that Chinese duties on U.S. broiler chickens were inconsistent with WTO rules, China's Commerce Ministry said in a Dec. 27 statement that it would reopen its duty investigations in light of the world trade body's determination.

“The Ministry of Commerce will...
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